Falafel Arax

★★★★★
  • 5101 Santa Monica Blvd Suite 2

    Los Angeles, CA 90029

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  • 323-663-9687

About Falafel Arax

Hours
Sun 11am-6pm, Mon-Sat 10am-8pm

Food

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I have traveled all over the US, into many of the Mid Eastern/ Mediterranean neighborhoods. Numerous visits to Greece, Cypress, Turkey, etc....no place comes close to the wonderful tastes that are consistently available at Arax Falafel....my favorite is the Chicken kebab sandwich, with some hot peppers and a side of wonderful aromatic rice. A 10+++, and the prices are very low!!!! Join me sometime!

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★★★★★

I have traveled all over the US, into many of the Mid Eastern/ Mediterranean neighborhoods. Numerous visits to Greece, Cypress, Turkey, etc....no place comes close to the wonderful tastes that are consistently available at Arax Falafel....my favorite is the Chicken kebab sandwich, with some hot peppers and a side of wonderful aromatic rice. A 10+++, and the prices are very low!!!! Join me sometime!

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I've been in twice, once for the tarna sandwich, which comes on grilled panini-style bread. It was ... well, interesting. Not interesting enough to lure me away from Zankou, but not bad either. The second time I had the regular pita schwarma, which I liked better, but wasn't sold. I also decided to try their famous falafel that trip, just one little ball of it for 50 cents. OMG! SOOO good! Best falafel I have ever had. It wasn't dry or oily, just perfectly crispy and a little soft on the inside. What flavor!!! I don't eat a lot of fried/bread-y stuff but I would go back and get an order of falafel sometime. I've heard their tongue sandwich is good, too. Can't wait to try it!

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★★★★☆

I've been in twice, once for the tarna sandwich, which comes on grilled panini-style bread. It was ... well, interesting. Not interesting enough to lure me away from Zankou, but not bad either. The second time I had the regular pita schwarma, which I liked better, but wasn't sold. I also decided to try their famous falafel that trip, just one little ball of it for 50 cents. OMG! SOOO good! Best falafel I have ever had. It wasn't dry or oily, just perfectly crispy and a little soft on the inside. What flavor!!! I don't eat a lot of fried/bread-y stuff but I would go back and get an order of falafel sometime. I've heard their tongue sandwich is good, too. Can't wait to try it!

Pros: great falafel, panini-style schwarmas, good value

Cons: parking lot small, traffic, not super fast

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This place is great. I am from detroit and used to lebanese style and have been dissappointed with food from zankou, etc. Its definitely a take out place...I love their hummus & shawarma, they only have beef though. If you miss your midwestern mediterranean, this place is for you.

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★★★★★

This place is great. I am from detroit and used to lebanese style and have been dissappointed with food from zankou, etc. Its definitely a take out place...I love their hummus & shawarma, they only have beef though. If you miss your midwestern mediterranean, this place is for you.

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OMG!! If you love garlic than you have to taste the chicken sandwhich. I could eat it every day of my life. My husband who is Lebanese introduced me to this place. His whole family love this place and know the owner. The Beef Shwarma is my second favorite. SO yummy. If I lived near this place I swear I would live in there. Its a tiny place so be prepared to take out because there are only like 3 tables.

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★★★★★

OMG!! If you love garlic than you have to taste the chicken sandwhich. I could eat it every day of my life. My husband who is Lebanese introduced me to this place. His whole family love this place and know the owner. The Beef Shwarma is my second favorite. SO yummy. If I lived near this place I swear I would live in there. Its a tiny place so be prepared to take out because there are only like 3 tables.

Pros: cheap and yummy

Cons: not enough tables

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I've been going to this small strip-mall Armenian sandwich place for 15 years. They have the best falafel sandwich in L.A. The pressed garlic chicken sandwich is to die for as well. If you're used to Lebanese style Armenian food, this is the place to be! Ten out of ten!!

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★★★★★

I've been going to this small strip-mall Armenian sandwich place for 15 years. They have the best falafel sandwich in L.A. The pressed garlic chicken sandwich is to die for as well. If you're used to Lebanese style Armenian food, this is the place to be! Ten out of ten!!

Pros: Value, Taste

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For the money, you get real sandwiches - whether Falafel or Beef Shawerma. It's a small take-out joint with about 3 booths and the food is delicious! I used to drive quite a distance for this!

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★★★★★

For the money, you get real sandwiches - whether Falafel or Beef Shawerma. It's a small take-out joint with about 3 booths and the food is delicious! I used to drive quite a distance for this!

Pros: Price, Real,Authentic

 

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